Stacey Bean, MD

Dr. Stacey Bean is a board-certified Family Medicine doctor who recently moved to North Carolina from Ohio following her husband’s service in the U.S. Air Force.  Dr. Bean attended medical school at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC, and completed her Family Medicine residency in San Antonio, TX. She is a native of Columbia, SC. She has dedicated her career to serving the needs of young women, with a particular interest in infectious disease prevention and healthy sexuality. She is proud to have published work on the initiation of female sexual education and empowerment training in the female juvenile justice system in San Antonio, TX.  Dr. Bean’s last job was fulfilling work at an inner city women’s health clinic in Cincinnati, Ohio.

Dr. Bean lives in Chatham county with her husband, two children, and their beloved family dog. Her hobbies include baking, reading, and spending time outdoors.

Anna Misior, PA

Anna Misior is a Certified Physician Assistant. She completed her undergraduate degree in Biology at Mars Hill University. After working in clinical research with special interest in respiratory and cardiovascular disorders, she earned PhD in Molecular Medicine at Wake Forest University, with work focused on effects of inflammation in asthma. Subsequently she completed a postdoctoral fellowship in breast cancer at the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and during that time secured a Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Fund Fellowship. Missing daily interactions with patients, Anna returned to Wake Forest University and completed Masters in Medical Sciences and Physician Assistant Studies at Bowman Grey School of Medicine. She comes to Mosaic from a busy urgent care practice and is looking forward to creating lasting relationships with her patients and helping them in managing their chronic and acute medical conditions.

Anna and her husband are from Poland and live in Chatham County with their two children and 4 furry friends. She enjoys outdoors, staying active, gardening, and reading.

Brittney Norwood, FNP

Brittney Norwood is a Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She completed her undergraduate degree in Nursing at NC Agricultural and Technical State University. She is a trauma nurse by training, spending the last few years of her nursing career as a travel nurse providing emergency care to patients across the state of NC before returning to school to earn her Masters degree. Brittney completed her Masters in Nursing concentrating in Family Nurse Practitioner at the University of Cincinnati. She started her NP career at Veritas Collaborative, a behavioral health hospital specializing in the care of patients with eating disorders. It was there where she discovered her interest in eating disorders and in helping patients and families plagued by this disorder find recovery. Brittney is passionate about providing holistic and patient centered care. She is excited to join the Mosaic team and is looking forward to building healthy and lasting relationships with her patients.

Brittney lives in Granville County with her husband and two children. In her free time, she enjoys making memories with her family, shopping, gardening, and traveling.

Marjorie Pierre-Louis, FNP

Marjorie Paul Pierre-Louis is a Family Nurse Practitioner certified by the American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP). She obtained her Master’s degree at Duke University School of Nursing and her Bachelor’s degree at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill School of Nursing.  Her clinical background includes endocrine and cardiovascular diseases management, research, and public health. Marjorie is also a Clinical Associate at Duke University School of Nursing where she teaches Nurse Practitioner students.

Marjorie’s passion is to provide individualized care to patients and advocate for patients’ best care using evidence based practice medicine. She believes in collaborating with patients and their families to empower them, help them better manage their illnesses, and have healthier and happier lives. She has extensive clinical experience providing patient centered-care to patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes in their homes, clinic, and hospital settings.  Prior to joining Mosaic Comprehensive Care, Marjorie worked as a Nurse Practitioner at Raleigh Endocrine Associates, Duke University Medical Center where she managed the care of patients with endocrine disorders. She also worked as a Registered Nurse at UNC Hospitals and Durham County Department of Public Health.

When Marjorie is not at work, she enjoys spending quality time with her family and friends, gardening, traveling, reading, interior designing, and cooking.

Marjorie also speaks French, Spanish, and Creole.

Louise Metz, MD

Dr. Louise Metz is a Board-certified Internal Medicine physician and expert in eating disorders and gender-related health care. She is the owner and founder of Mosaic Comprehensive Care. After receiving an undergraduate degree in Biology and Women’s Studies at Duke University, she attended medical school at the University of North Carolina, where she was a member of the Alpha Omega Alpha medical honor society. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco. As part of a women’s health fellowship at UCSF, she completed coursework in Biostatistics and Epidemiology, and has published research with a focus on heart disease in women. She held an academic position at NYU’s Bellevue Hospital in New York, and later joined the Duke Medicine faculty, providing primary care and teaching residents.

Dr. Metz was inspired to create Mosaic with a unique medical model focusing on individualized and collaborative care in a welcoming and non-judgmental environment. She provides comprehensive primary care, including preventive medicine and management of chronic medical conditions. She has particular expertise and clinical interest in eating disorders, menopausal care, transgender health, migraine headaches, irritable bowel syndrome, and management of depression and anxiety. She offers a holistic, patient-centered approach to medical care and provides multidisciplinary care for her patients by collaborating closely with other providers. She is passionate about providing a Health at Every Size™ and non-diet approach to health for all, and hopes to help change the paradigm surrounding the way we address weight and health in medical care.

Dr. Metz lives in Chapel Hill with her husband and two boys. When she is not in the office, she enjoys watching her boys play sports, practicing yoga, and traveling with her family.

Dr. Metz is not currently accepting new patients, but highly recommends each of the other amazing and compassionate providers at Mosaic.

Dalia Brahmi, MD, MPH

Dr. Dalia Brahmi is a board-certified Family Medicine physician with fellowship training in Family Planning. She is a specialist in Sexual and Reproductive Health and has a strong interest in adolescent and refugee health.

Dr. Brahmi earned her medical degree from Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis and completed her residency training at the University of California, San Francisco in Family and Community Medicine. She completed a Family Planning Fellowship at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and a Faculty Development Fellowship at Montefiore Medical Center’s Department of Family and Social Medicine in New York. She earned a Master of Public Health degree from Columbia University. Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Brahmi worked as a high school civic education teacher in Washington, DC, a HIV peer educator, and human rights advocate.

Dr. Brahmi moved with her family to North Carolina in 2011 when she joined an international global health non-profit based in Chapel Hill and has been active at UNC as Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Gillings School of Global Public Health’s Department of Maternal and Child Health. Prior to moving to North Carolina, Dr. Brahmi worked at the World Health Organization in Geneva conducting research and advising Ministries of Health on reducing maternal mortality through improved access to contraception and safe abortion. She continues to travel internationally, training and consulting on maternal and reproductive health topics. In addition to her work at Mosaic, Dr. Brahmi trains OBGYN and Family Medicine residents and medical students at Planned Parenthood South Atlantic. Dr. Brahmi is active in advocacy and education efforts with Physicians for Reproductive Health, the Reproductive Health Access Project, and the North Carolina Academy of Family Physicians.

Dr. Brahmi loves learning and speaking different languages; she is a native French speaker and proficient in Spanish and Arabic. When not working you will find her spending time with her family and friends, walking in Bolin Forest, enjoying live music, eating her husband’s cooking, watching soccer or going to Zumba in Durham.  She is excited to bring her family and community health approach to caring for adolescents and adults to Mosaic.